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  • Why Obama Does Not Address Connecticut Shootings

    08/09/2010 3:47:06 AM PDT · by Scanian · 44 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | August 09, 2010 | Jack Cashill
    A week ago, as is well enough known, Omar Thornton shot and killed eight of his coworkers while being escorted out of the building after having been terminated by his employer, a Connecticut beer distributor. As I write this, President Barack Obama has yet to address this subject in any public way. He is not alone in his restraint. The media have soft-pedaled the motive -- the whole shooting, for that matter. Four days after the fact, my wife, who watches CNN and listens to NPR, had not heard about it. Unlike, say, Oklahoma City or even Columbine, the tragedy...
  • Accordion players squeeze out new record

    08/07/2005 10:58:03 AM PDT · by RosieCotton · 26 replies · 319+ views
      C B C . C A   N e w s   -   F u l l   S t o r y : Accordion players squeeze out new recordLast Updated Sun, 07 Aug 2005 09:23:06 EDTCBC News Hundreds of musicians hoisted their accordions in the air in St. John's, Nfld., Saturday to celebrate the setting of an unusual record – the greatest number of people to play accordions simultaneously. Organizers, who needed 645 people to set the record, said 989 participants officially signed registration forms. The results will now be submitted to the Guinness World Records...